Create and modify a .NET assembly.
Create and implement satellite assemblies.
Create resource-only assemblies.
A Windows application often consists of several different files. It typically includes the .dll and .exe files that contain the application code; the .gif, .bmp, or .ico files that contain graphics; and other data files, such as those that store strings in several languages for multilingual support. A Windows application that is created using the .NET Framework groups together a logical collection of such files into an assembly. (I use the term logical here because these files are not physically combined into a single large file. Even when these files are part of an assembly, they maintain their own ...